Trump slams Biden, sends love to his fans during Sanford, FL rally
FULL-LENGTH: President Trump comments on his presidential election opponent Joe Biden, 'crooked' Democrats who would 'destroy the country,' sends love to his supporters and says he feels better after his infection and diagnosis, stresses why it's important to vote, while also noting his perceived dangers of mail-in votes, and more. - via Newsmax TV's special rally coverage
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